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Roland In The Caves
By Amsoft
Amstrad CPC464

Published in Personal Computer Games #11

Roland In The Caves

Despite the most horribly out of tune music ever heard on a home computer - 'La Cucaracha', no less - this is a very enjoyable game.

You are stranded in an underground world of tunnels and ledges. The strange plants are mainly carnivorous and the local wildlife is a hungry pterodactyl with purple wings.

Luckily your little green legs are immensely powerful and enable you to jump enormous distances. Novices will generally leap straight into ptery's mouth, but a little practice gives you good chances of survival.

Very strange, though, that the game wasn't given the title it had on the Spectrum - Bugaboo.

Peter Connor

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